The Christian County C-E-O, or "Creating Entreprenurial Opportunities", Board, Students, and Alumni, held a retirement party for outgoing facilitator Dick Adams, Sunday afternoon at the US Bank lobby in Taylorville. Adams retired November 18th after 7 years as the local program's first facilitator.
Adams was very grateful for being honored at the Sunday gathering.
Adams told Regional Radio News at the event, that the 7 years' worth of CEO students were all a talented group.
Adams added that while the C-E-O program was new to him and the board, he spent time with the late Craig Lindvahl, the creator of C-E-O, to know his vision on what it could be.
And, Adams said that after his 7 years with the various C-E-O classes, they're poised for success.
Find out more on the Christian County CEO program by going to christiancountyc-e-o-dot-com.